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  • 2016: An unanchored, puzzling election

    So far, the 2016 presidential campaign is not about anything very much, excepting issues specific to the leading and emerging candidates. It has been mostly about controversies swirling around Hillary Rodham Clinton, including the legacy question, which...
  • Philippine peace deal and president face scrutiny after deadly raid

    Philippine peace deal and president face scrutiny after deadly raid
    The vast Philippine island of Mindanao was synonymous with Muslim separatist violence for decades. That was before the government and a large rebel group signed a peace deal last year. The pact, which calls for a cease-fire and legislation to...
  • Second man charged in alleged plot to bomb Kansas military base

    A second Kansas man has been charged in connection with an alleged plot to detonate a vehicle bomb at the Ft. Riley military base on behalf of the Islamic State, federal prosecutors said. Alexander Blair, 28, of Topeka was charged Friday with one...
  • Speak Out caller: Drivers use school buses for personal transportation

    Speak Out caller: Drivers use school buses for personal transportation
    Don't tool around in school bus: We live in Kane County, but we have to pay our taxes for School District U46. I am sick and tired of seeing bus drivers using the buses for personal transportation. Take the buses back to the bus yard, use your own cars to...
  • Cuba may lose 'sponsor of terrorism' designation

    Cuba may lose 'sponsor of terrorism' designation
    President Obama said Thursday that his State Department had finished a review of whether to remove Cuba from the list of state sponsors of terrorism, potentially the first step in formally changing U.S. policy toward the island nation at a time of warming...
  • White House to resume military aid to Egypt amid regional turmoil

    White House to resume military aid to Egypt amid regional turmoil
    The White House, which halted weapons transfers to Egypt in mid-2013 to protest a military takeover and harsh political crackdown there, reversed course Tuesday and announced a quick infusion of military aid to help Cairo respond to the mounting turmoil...
  • Al-Shabab suspected in killing of Uganda terror prosecutor

    Ugandan police said on Tuesday they are investigating whether the killing of a prosecutor in Kampala was carried out by Somalia's Islamic extremist group al-Shabab. Joan Kagezi, a prosecutor in the ongoing trial of about a dozen men facing terror...
  • Malaysia proposes anti-terror laws to curb Islamic militants

    Malaysia's government Monday proposed two new laws that would reintroduce indefinite detention without trial and allow the seizure of passports of anyone suspected of supporting terror acts in an attempt to curb militant activities. The government late...
  • Trudy Rubin: U.S. gains friend in Ghani, but does not return favor

    Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's trip to Washington last week was so triumphant one could almost imagine how his troubled country might morph into a future success story. At a joint session of Congress and a glittering White House dinner, the brilliant...
  • Obama can't escape war

    Obama can't escape war
    There's a certain irony in the fact that the American president who won the office vowing to end the two wars he inherited finds himself after six years as much a wartime president as the man he succeeded. President George W. Bush seized the role with...
  • Kenya massacre points up country's weakness against Somali militants

    It took just four gunmen to demonstrate Kenya's impotence against the Somali militant group Shabab. In an attack heavy with foreboding symbolism, Shabab massacred 147 college students, all or most of them Christians, in the eastern city of Garissa on...